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Volunteers
Make Your Community a Better Place

Whether you are a professional businesswoman, a retiree, a stay-at-home mom, or an aspiring college student, the DAR offers meaningful opportunities for women to become involved in the community. 

Service to America

Members share acts of kindness by volunteering at local veteran hospitals, sending care packages to troops stationed overseas, restoring historical sites, cleaning up cemeteries, providing a nourishing meal to the needy, caring for animals at humane societies, and other service projects

Volunteer Information Specialists (VIS)

As a VIS for the DAR, you can work on projects from the comfort of your own home. If you are savvy with a computer and have skills in areas such as marketing, website content, graphic design, social media, writing, or photography, the hours that you spend developing creative content for your chapter count as service hours!

Service Projects

Our chapter is currently working on a Quilted Hearts project. Volunteers are creating handsewn heartshaped quilts that can fit into the palm of hands and are placed throughout the community as inspiration to others.

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